Alleged attack comes after Trump decides to withdraw troops from northern Syria ■ Iran's Zarif calls against military action in phone call with Turkish counterpart
The attacks come after the US announced that it would withdraw from Syria as Turkey prepares for a military operation to create a "safe zone" in northern Syria.
Spain's Josep Borrell says that he would not sabotage EU-Israel trade agreements to promote this solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
"The Kurds fought with us, but were paid massive amounts of money and equipment to do so. They have been fighting Turkey for decades," Trump said in a series of tweets.
"Well known Iranian Kurdish singer, Mohsen Lorestani was charged with ‘corruption on earth’ by a court in Tehran for posting ‘immoral’ content on social media."
Trump's decision must also be seen within the context of the Iranian-backed attacks last month on the Saudi oil facilities, and the deafening lack of an American response.